May 31st Trivia Solution
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What was the name of the poison that killed Socrates?
- juice of nightshade
- Socrates lived from 470 to 399 BC. He was an Athenian and also took part in warfare to defend his city. After his condemnation for "impiety" and "corruption of youth", he still had to wait for a month till the sentence could be carried out. The guards at his cell offered to help him escape. He turned down the offer and accepted his fate.
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